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Published On: Tue, Feb 25th, 2014

Kapamilya star, Anne Curtis nominated in the Favorite Asian Act category in Nickelodeon award show

The Philippines “Princess of All Media”, Anne Curtis is among the nominees in the Favorite Asian Act category in Nickelodeon’s 27th annual Kids’ Choice Awards.

Image/Anne Curtis Instagram

Image/Anne Curtis Instagram

The excited “Philippine’s National Sweetheart” went to Twitter to say, “Ecstatic to be nominated at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2014 as Favorite Asian Act!!!!

She will be competing against G.E.M. of China, Coboy Junior of Indonesia, and Lisa Surihani of Malaysia in the category.

The announcement comes just days after Anne revealed on It’s Showtime her new concert, “The Forbidden Concert Round 2: AnneKapal” and corresponding new album, ”The Forbidden Album”, all due to happen in May.

Nickelodeon’s 27th annual Kids’ Choice Awards will be hosted by Mark Wahlberg and will take place on March 29 at University of Southern California’s Galen Center. It will be aired in the Philippines on March 31.

READ: Philippines: Pangasinan health officials say ‘mystery disease’ not ‘flesh-eating bacteria’

Want to support Anne Curtis?

To vote for Anne, just go to Kids’ Choice Awards 2014′s official website Favorite Asian Act link. You can also vote on Twitter by including the hashtag #VoteAnnePH on your tweets.

 

 

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